Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz Merlot
This much loved Aussie classic is beautifully rich and fruity. Blend of three classic red grape varieties its soft and smooth bursting with flavours of dark berries and ripe plum, this is the perfect 'go to' wine for all occasions. Free Standard Delivery when you spend $150 or more on Wine & Spirits Online
Barossa Wine Company Barossa Valley Wine Co Gravel Track GSM
Senior winemaker Jamie Saint, pursues his passion for the wines of the Barossa through the Barossa Valley Wine Company. He crafts wines of sophistication, each with the perfect balance of elegance, power and grace. Gravel Track pays tribute to the long gravel and limestone track that winds its way through our historic 60-year-old Farms vineyard. Lifted aromas of red cherry and raspberry complemented by clove and lavender on the nose, with a rich, earthy and vibrant palate. Soft velvety tannins provide a silky yet persistent finish, punctuated with bright redcurrant and blueberry characters and a subtle background of spice from twelve months French oak maturation.
Enclave des Papes Cotes du Rhone
A blend that's typically dominated by Grenache with percentages of Shiraz and Mouvedre to compliment and contrast. This example sees Shiraz take the lead role contributing to a soft and silky mouth-feel. All is topped off in typical savoury fashion and with a very moorish length. Great Côtes du Rhône red wines, typified by this latest release from L'Enclave des Papes, hold a special place in the hearts of many wine enthusiasts. Characteristically medium bodied in style, these wines express themselves through their pronounced yet subtle spectrum of red and dark berry fruits, backed up with intriguing rustic notes of earth, wild herbs and charcuterie.
The Mingler Rose
Lifted berries and cream with a nuance of spice, this Rosé is soft and generous yet restrained with a fine acid and lovely textural finish.
St Sagnol Coteaux Varois en Provence Rose
A very delicate nose, fresh with aromas of red fruits. On the palate, soft approach with persistent flavours of fresh fruits of red currant, cherry and citrus St Sagnol is like the hilltop villages of the Coteaux Varois, an authentic and generous wine. Thanks to its terroir the wine finds its typical Provencal aromatic wealth and freshness.
Francois Dulac Cotes de Provence
Shiny pink with pink petal reflections. Luminous in colour. The nose develops notes of mouth-watering strawberries and raspberries while also releasing light tones of exotic fruits. The palate has a well-balanced structure, full and fresh, with a lingering aromatic finish.
Paxis Red Blend
This dark, structured wine, with its balanced blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz, is firm with tannins and dense berry fruits. Full in the mouth; a concentrated wine. - 90 PTS. Wine Enthusiast 2013 Vintage and #5 Top 100.
Rose D'Amelie AOC Luberon Rose
Vines have flourished in the Luberon for hundreds of years with the grapes benefiting from the warmth of the Mediterranean climate whilst retaining a lovely fresh finish. A wonderful crisp and fruity Rose with notes of wild strawberries and fresh cherries. Perfect as an aperitif or as a partner to fish and shellfish, chicken dishes and salads.
Enticement Angel Song Rose
Angel Song is a heavenly drop bathed in a halo of lightness and elegance. A bright, Savoury wine that is sure to result in songs of praise. Angel Song Rose shows flavours of berry compote and wild strawberries, balanced with vibrant acid offering a refreshing finish.
The LAB Red
Very aromatic with notes of ripe black and red fruits. In the palate, juicy plums and dark berry fruit flavour with plenty of fresh yet fine tannins that take over at the finish, along with flavours of spice and liquorice.
Ingoldby Grenache Shiraz
With a nod to the early-drinking wines of France's South, Ingoldby have crafted one of the year's great wine bargains. Expect a fragrant and pretty nose of raspberry, citrus peel and ground black pepper, while the palate is bright and plush. Don't attempt to barbecue without it! - Matt Skinner